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and Buddh Gya. As for Calcutta, well, theres little to be seen in that dirty over europeanized city. When you visit India waste no time at Calcutta, Madras, Bombay or Delhi -- and still, it is these very towns that tourists from America and Europe fill themselves with things not Indian and then ever thereafter d--n India.
They might as well judge Italy by visiting the Italian quarter in New York.
Or attempt a study of Presbyterianism in a Sandwich Island mission. Dont worry about my leg. I'll keep you informed concerning it. Goodbye, and best wishes to all,
Very Sincerely
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  Complaints reach us from Rajputana of the inconvenience that first-class passengers experience from the too limited carriage accommodation on the Rajputana-Malwa Railway. They are frequently compelled to travel in second-class carriages; and on occasions, second-class passengers are accommodated in the first-class carriages. To remonstrances the railway authorities reply that if passengers cannot find the accommodation for which they have paid, they "can wait for he next train!" The Bombay Baroda, Central India and Rajputana-Malwa Railway system is one of the best-paying line in India.
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